What is an appaloosa?
An Appaloosa is a horse standing from 14 -16 hands. They must be spotted or they are BS or no color. All must have molted skin, striped hoofs and white around their eyes. To see about Appaloosas google ApHC.
The First Answer (but this is incorrect): all breeds can have an Appaloosa pattern and if they do that makes them an Appaloosa as well as there other breed besides a Frisian. The Second Answer: (This one is correct, but I probably missed a few breeds) Other than the Appaloosa, some appy patterned breeds I know are the Knabstrup, the Pony Of The Americas (POA), and the Tiger horse, which the Appaloosa actually desended from.
The Appaloosa Horse originates from America. These colorful horses were bred by the Paloose Indians. There are 2 registries for the Appaloosa horse. The American Appaloosa Horse Association and one for foundation Appaloosas that is kept by the Paloose Indian Nation. There is also the POA (Pony of the Americas) which is basically an Appaloosa that measures under 14.2 hands high.
Here is an example sentence with the word "Appaloosa": The Appaloosa is most well-known for its dappled coat, which comes in a variety of colours and patterns. MileyGuerrera12 anwer's: I made 2 sentence with the word appaloosa for you. :D Mr. Guerrera's APPALOOSA run fast. or, APPALOOSA is a saddle horse with white hair and dark patches, belonging to a breed originating in northwestern North America and formerly mush used by Native Americans.
No, an Appaloosa (the breed) is a stock horse, like a Quarter Horse or a Paint. Draft horses can come in spotted "appaloosa" colors, but it is a separate breed called the Spotted Draft Horse. Other breeds, such as the Pony of the Americas and the Knabstrupper also come in "appaloosa" spots, but although they have the same color they are not the same breed.